A large part of the H1Z1 Battle Royale community on the PS4 is divided over a third person with a view to glitch. Players appear split between complaining or supporting the error. Although there are other errors in H1Z1 many players believe that this error is especially unfair.
Currently, with the aim of H1Z1 Battle Royale works in two ways. You can hipfire in a third person so you can move quickly as you shoot. When you aim for more accuracy, your game automatically switches to the first person. This is different from other combat royales like Fortnite which is played entirely in third person except for scoped weapons.
This controversial error in ] H1Z1 gives players the ability to target third parties. The exploitation is quite simple: All a player needs to do is move near a car, and then press the radio button and trim button on the PS4 controller at the same time. Triangular keys are how the players enter and exit the vehicle. If the error is done correctly, players will enter the vehicle and the option menu will appear at the same time. By closing the car and the menu, players can now aim and shoot in third parties for the rest of the match. The goal of third person gives the players more awareness about the surroundings as they shoot.
Third-party vision has been available in the PC version of H1Z1 for some time now. While the PC version and the PS4 port are very different, some fans point to the PC version as proof that third parties aim to be implemented in the game. But some PS4 players are worried that this will make the feeling too much like Fortnite . Others prefer the shortage of third parties who aim to make the match feel more excited. I personally have never played the PC version and prefer the lack of third person who aims, as it makes the fire party feel more exciting. When you're focused on someone shooting them, other players can sneak you or even come closer and kill you.
Website H1Z1 is filled with discussion about this exploitation. For example, this last tweet from the official H1Z1 account has multiple responses and threads from players who are either upset over the failure or who really prefer to play with glitch active.
Other players believe that the glitch is unfaithful or can lead to more camping and hide behind the walls. Some fans feel it makes H1Z1 feels more like Fortnite a similarity that they do not like.
The error is part of a major debate that has occurred in the H1Z1 community since the game was released on PS4 back in June. Many fans want a third person who puts in the game. Even before the glitch existed, players debated whether it should be added. Some members of the community will only have the error and their own mode added to support third parties. This will be similar to PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, which has support for first-rate servers.
H1Z1 Developers Daybreak Games explained to Kotaku that they are aware of the third person's glitch and are currently working on a solution. They did not comment if they plan to add a third person's screening function.
Zack Zwitserland is an author living in Kansas City, Missouri. He has written for Gamecritics, Killscreen and Entertainment Fuse.